If you’re planning on using your toilet seat for a longer period of time, it’s important to take it off the toilet and clean the seat before using it.
A new technology called OvenPowers, developed by Swiss engineering company Quantum Water Purifier, can remove most of the soap residue from toilet seats to prevent bacteria from growing.
Quantum Water purifier can clean up to one billion toilet seats in its initial trial.
However, the company said it plans to expand its technology to tackle other cleaning needs.
OvenPower is the first device to incorporate the new technology into a toilet bowl, and is designed to work in any toilet.
A bowl of the Oven Power consists of a glass bowl with a mesh mesh and water filter.
A metal bowl with an enclosed mesh is used for the other half of the bowl.
A small hole in the lid, on the opposite side of the water filter, is inserted in the bottom of the device to allow for easy removal of the filter.
The device is capable of removing more than three times as much soap as the equivalent equivalent of a full-sized toilet seat.
Quantum Power uses a water purification process to remove the soap.
The water purifiers uses a special chemical called hydrogel which reacts with soap molecules in the water.
This reacts with the soap and creates a water-soluble gel that the water is able to dissolve in the toilet bowl.
The result is a clean, water-free toilet seat that can be used for up to a year.
The team behind the Ovipour device said they had developed a unique process to clean the toilet seat after using it and it was capable of cleaning the entire seat up to five times.
Quantum Waters research director Fabian Schmitt said the technology was designed to address the need for water-absorbing toilet seats.
“In the future, we want to develop technologies to replace the traditional toilet seat,” Schmitt told TechRadars.
“This is a unique approach for using Oven purifiers and will give you a clean toilet seat to use for longer periods of time.”
Oven-purifier tech has also been demonstrated in the UK.
The toilet seat from a toilet water purifying device.
The UK has a number of different types of toilets, including a toilet designed for a full toilet seat and one designed for toilet seats that sit flush.
A full toilet is often used in the United States where a full bathroom is often reserved for people with health issues.
Quantum water purifies water and a synthetic soap called hydroxypropyl alcohol is added to the water to create the soap gel.
It then passes through the water purified toilet seat, which is then placed in a dish.
Ovipsa is not the only technology to be released this year.
A UK startup called Pure Power is also testing an alternative to the traditional water-repellent toilet seat called the Ovega.
The new Ovego toilet seat features a removable, transparent membrane which can be removed to allow water to enter.
Pure Power hopes to roll out the technology to other countries soon.
A similar toilet seat is also available in the US, although the company says it will be ready to use in 2020.